comic book shop

My husband and I owned a comic book shop in Chapel Hill. When we moved to a bigger location we faced many design, budget, and storage challenges. While the floor plan was open and generous, the storage was lacking. In addition, we needed space for many purposes, such as book signings, birthday parties, and live performances. We built small bookcases on casters to easily move for activities and temporary installations. A stage was left intact for performances, storage, and displays.

Cheerful and friendly color scheme suits the all ages customer base.

Cheerful and friendly color scheme suits the all ages customer base.

Painted slat wall fits the budget and suits display needs for random size and shape merchandising.

Painted slat wall fits the budget and suits display needs for random size and shape merchandising.

The space came with a stage which did double duty for us after we reinforced the structure and built rolling carts to hold overstock merchandise and supplies underneath.

The space came with a stage which did double duty for us after we reinforced the structure and built rolling carts to hold overstock merchandise and supplies underneath.

Here is my husband hosting a costume contest on said stage!

Here is my husband hosting a costume contest on said stage!

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Giant cubes hold overstock behind decoupaged doors  making restocking a breeze. Ample space to display new merchandise on top and fitted with large casters on bottom so cubes can be easily moved around the space.

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Book lovers delight

Bright colorful spaces attract bright and colorful people! This open floor plan invites people to browse and shop in the old fashioned brick and mortar way! What does your business need?